Christian Parent, Crazy World

Christian Parent, Crazy World

Catherine Segars

What Is Our Culture Teaching Our Kids about Sexuality - Episode 47

November 7, 2022   ●   34 min

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Biblical sexuality and cultural sexuality are diametrically opposed to one another. Our kids are neck deep in a culture that says everything the Bible teaches on sexuality is not only wrong but oppressive, divisive, and hateful.

As parents, we need to know what our culture is saying about sexuality. We must know where these ideas are coming from and how to talk to our kids about it.

In part 3 of a 4-part series on sexuality, Catherine and her guest break down our culture’s definition of sexuality starting with the philosophical roots and ending with the barbaric fruits.

Joining her again is Erin Barry, an author, speaker, counselor, and educational consultant. Erin has a bachelor’s degree in education, a master’s degree in counseling, and is working on her doctorate in Christian counseling with an emphasis on the topic of sexuality. Erin and her husband Brett are founders of The Home Educated Mind, a Christ-centered community dedicated to providing materials and support for Christian parents.

You can find Erin's resources at:


Episode 45 - How Do We Help Our Kids Understand Biblical Sexuality:

Episode 46- How To Talk To Your Kids about Biblical Sexuality:

RESOURCES MENTIONED:—Connecting parents, teens, & Jesus in a disconnected world:

“Homosexuality and the Christian: A Guide for Parents, Pastors, and Friends” by Mark Yarhouse:

“The Difference between Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity” by Cydney Adams (Brendan Jordan quote)

“Love Thy Body: Answering Hard Questions about Life and Sexuality” by Nancy R. Pearcey:

“Transgressive,” Tucker Carlson:

Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni quotes G.K. Chesterton:

Full Quote from G.K. Chesterton:
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